Myosotis scorpioides

1 litre aquatic pot £9.99
available to order from spring 2020
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Myosotis scorpioides water forget-me-not: Dainty blue flowers

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Depth of water: 0-20cm (0-8in)
  • Soil: deep, fertile, moist soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to August
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This plant can either be grown along the edges of a pond, or in other reliably moist conditions such as a bog garden. It is a creeping perennial, forming attractive leafy cover, but it comes into its own in early summer when the sprays of small, bright blue flowers appear.

  • Garden care: These plants are potted up (using a suitable aquatic compost) into 1-litre aquatic pots. These pots are made of a fine mesh, which allows water to circulate through the compost, providing the plants with both oxygen and nutrients. If you are using them as a aquatic plant, they can be placed straight into the pond, however they will preform better if planted out sooner rather than later. To enhance flowering divide congested clumps every three to five years.

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Eventual height & spread

Good purchase


Plant was good size when arrived last year and It flowered in its first year . I am pleased to see that so far it Has survived the winter and put on new growth.




I would buy these pnd plants again


The plant looked lovely at the edge of my wild life pond and flowered all summer. It even managed to recover when a visiting dog jumped in the pond flattening it and destroying most of the flowers. Still healthy no February




This was a good buy


I used these in my pond, they grew very quickly and healthily and abundantly. They are beautiful to look at.


Tyne and Wear



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